Around And Around Deal Mexicali Blues Brown Eyed Women Box Of Rain Jack Straw Don't Ease Me In Beat It On Down The Line Candyman El Paso Tennessee Jed Playing In The Band Casey Jones
The Promised Land Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo Big River Sugaree Truckin' -> The Other One -> Drums -> The Other One -> Morning Dew Sugar Magnolia Sing Me Back Home Johnny B. Goode
Encore Uncle John's Band One More Saturday Night
Other One (pt. 2) and Morning Dew with David Crosby.
Clips at the start of Candyman, Promised Land, and Big
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May 13, 2019 Subject:
I think the soundboard (SBD) sounds better than the FM or Pre-FM reel. But both are great.
Highlight is the Truckin > TOO segment. I think Morning Dew is not as strong as priors. The TOO is just off the charts and OFF THE HOOK. In the Hall of The Other One, this is in the Top 5 of all time, and the other 4 in no particular order are
1972-04-26 (which competes with 1972-05-03 for entry into this top 5)
February 16, 2010 Subject:
to cap off a year that saw them leap foward in terms of their music style, this show took a step back to their ballroom days with the heavier sound that's mor reminincent 0f the 68-69 era. this is especially so in the long jams of "the other one". and surprising, david crosby sound comes through on "morning dew" the band actually lets crosby sets the pace of the song rather than let him strum along with the traditional arrangemnet.
February 15, 2010 Subject:
winterland 72' grateful dead
thankyou. I can close my eyes and go back to SF. great times. now my kids can enjoy it with me. great show, again!
September 1, 2009 Subject:
What a night
Got out in the AM
BG handing out some fruit
Lost my friends that night somewhere and walked back to OAk ST Panhandle.
September 13, 2008 Subject:
I wuz there
A fantastic evening for a 15 yr old who lived in a foster home. Tripped all night to dawn and then some. My cousin bailed me out of the #%&*@ and allowed me some dignity. We went to Mt Tam for the sunrise... what a night, what a wonderful group of people and culture! I am writing this before I listen and I hope the archive gives a good recollection. And yes my cousin bailed me for the 1971 Winterland News Years bash as well. I remember midnight when the black guy and white guy came down on the ropes and danced. Those events formed my foundation and it's not built on sand.